An analysis of the value of Naval Air Combat Readiness Training
Dunn, Robert F.
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The Naval Air Combat Readiness Training Program, "Proficiency Flying", is a firm and legal part of U.S. Naval Aviation and vast quantities of manpower, aircraft and dollar resources are assembled to enable deck and desk bound Naval Aviators to fly. In the hope of releasing some of these resources to alternate uses, the Program's contribution to combat readiness was investigated. A thorough review of the literature was followed by an analysis of the affect of readiness of selected flight background variables from a sample of 39 pilots undergoing jet replacement squadron transition training. The study concluded that the Naval Air Combat Readiness Training Program is a necessary part of Naval Aviation but certain modifications should be entertained.
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